HIGH PERFORMANCE & LARGE VOLUMES
Atempo-Digital Archive (ADA) is a file archiving software solution that makes large data volumes available when and where they are needed. Integrates into workflows that need performance and open formats, while freeing you from storage lock-in.
LONG-TERM RETENTION AND EASY RETRIEVAL
OPTIMIZES BUSINESS WORKFLOWS
Atempo-Digital Archive combines a flexible integration in business workflows with the most efficient data movement technologies to move data across a broad range of storage solutions. At the same time, it masks the complexity of a heterogeneous storage support system.
METADATA AND OPEN FILE FORMATS
Find assets easily with Atempo-Digital Archive Metadata enrichment. Keep data for decades thanks to the open formats used: maintain the original folder structure of your data without proprietary disk formatting and benefit from the widely used TAR and LTFS on tape. This makes it ideal as a long-term retention archive solution.
FAST AND BROAD STORAGE SUPPORT
Since archiving needs to cope with both budget and performance needs, Atempo-Digital Archive offers a broad choice of supported storage. The archive can be based on one or more storage target technologies: disk, object storage, optical disk, tape, cloud… or any combination of these targets.
PREVENT VENDOR LOCK-IN
Atempo-Digital Archive supports disk, tape, object and cloud storage, making it easy to add or replace one storage with another in the archiving infrastructure. Pick the storage that suits you best and make migration easy.
PERFORMANCE AND SCALABILITY
Because moving data needs to be quick for most workflows, Atempo-Digital Archive scales to the point where the data movement can saturate the network and the I/O capacity of the storage. Atempo-Digital Archive scales from hundreds of managed terabytes to hundreds of petabytes.
ATEMPO-DIGITAL ARCHIVE SUCCESS STORY: NATIONAL FILM BOARD OF CANADA
Recognized worldwide for artistic excellence and innovation, the National Film Board of Canada deploys Atempo's archiving solution to protect some of the country's most cherished films.